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KDE Internet share wizard

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KDE Kommander Script

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KDE Internet share wizard
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KDE Internet share wizard
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KDE Internet share wizard
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1706
Submitted:  Feb 24 2007
Updated:  Feb 26 2007

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Please vote and comment !

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Ok. I was on a LAN and I needed to share my internet connection because we didnt have any router.

I found this to be quite difficult, but after some searching on internet I found a very good explanation for making this work.

Now, i've made a WindowsXP like internet connection sharing guide for all who wants to share their internet connection easy and fast.

to use:

copy the tar.gz file contents into /usr/bin and then run:

kdeinternetshare.sh - English

For all those who are unsure how to use the guide, it should be good to stick to the default settings :)

This is only a quite simple guide so suggestions and improvments are welcome.




Changelog:

Fixed: Easier configuration by showing exactly how to set up the other computers.

Fixed: No Swedish version, I will translate the new version later.




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Fedora(KDE Internet share wizard (RPM by liquidat))
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 Too complicated

 
 by sturmflut on: Feb 25 2007
 
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That's a really bloated project for just some calls to iptables and an echo. I think people will go find a decent NAT how-to on Google before they install all dependencies they need for this script - many people don't use KDE, and those who do usually don't have Kommander installed. Every Linux box would be able to run a Shell script.

You forgot to mention that this has to be run as root.


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 Re: Too complicated

 
 by Znurre on: Feb 25 2007
 
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if you run the script, it will run it trough kdesu.
Anyway, the reason I post it on kde-apps.org is that its a kde dependant project.

This is an atempt to make Internet Shared in just a few clicks.

I think new users prefer this way of doing things instead of using the console.

Some things are still to be fixed, but then it will be perfect.


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 Re: Re: Too complica

 
 by shevegen on: Feb 25 2007
 
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I think its a good project.
Dont let negative comments like "user could google and read up for hours... yes even if he is 60 years old he can do so... no matter how many hours he invests or how much he has to work for money..." stop you.

Just continue and make it useful!


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 Re: Too complicated

 
 by veru on: Feb 25 2007
 
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I think there are enough users who don't care about installing 20+MB software for enabling connection sharing, but who really have trouble searching and reading (mostly english) docs and run some commands from shell (shell, what's that? Never heard?). Those small scripts are missing in many places and those many wizards windows offers for simple tasks are an advantige of windows for non-technical oriented users.

I seed the dependency problem from a different point of view: why are there so many dependencies? At least on Suse I have to install the complete kdewebdev package to run a commander sricpt? Wouldn't it be usefull to have a small kommander runtime pakage instead? Wouldn't it be usefull having the installed by default (at least on end user orientated distros)?


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 Re: Re: Too complica

 
 by bitcrazy on: Feb 25 2007
 
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Hi,
I agree with the above, except for one:
openSUSE has a standalone kommander-runtime package with just 333 kb. And I really think there should be more of those wizards for beginners. If you don't need it, don't use it.

Greetings

m0nk


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 Re: Re: Re: Too comp

 
 by veru on: Feb 25 2007
 
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I must have missed the existence of this package, fine to hear about this. I hope dependencies of kommander scripts are set to this runtime, so that the problems about the 20+MB depencencies are really gone.


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 Very Good!!!

 
 by maarizwan on: Feb 25 2007
 
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Thank you for making "KDE Internet Share Wizard"

I think it will be used by many popular distros very soon like kubuntu, frugalware, opensuse to "Allow" quick and easy "Internet Connection" Sharing.

I really think that you've made the job of internet sharing easier for Linux Users with your wizard :)

thank you and keep up the good work!!!


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 Kommander

 
 by Fri13 on: Feb 25 2007
 
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It is nice how great software can be made with commander.

I tryed this and i got first time terribel artifact about your UI... i think you should think more about it and make it smaller... and forget those pixmaps because those dont fit for different themes.....

Good job either way!


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 Nice

 
 by liquidat on: Feb 25 2007
 
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Nice idea, I pretty much like it.
Would be cool to integrate it with some of the already existing management tools - like kdenetwork (because that manages networks) or guidance or with some KDE 4 stuff.


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 Fedora rpm

 
 by liquidat on: Feb 26 2007
 
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To show that I really like the application - and also out of technical interest :D - I created a rpm file for Fedora:
http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~p1woro/packages/kis/kis-0.1-1.i386.rpm
The srpm is here:
http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~p1woro/packages/kis/kis-0.1-1.src.rpm
If anyone is interested, the spec file is here:
http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~p1woro/packages/kis/kis.spec

As you can see in the spec file I created my own (simple) starting script and called it just "kis" - on the other hand I also moved the kmdr script to its own place in /usr/share/kis.
I also added a .desktop file:
http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~p1woro/packages/kis/kis.desktop
After you installed the rpm kis will come up in your menu. If you click it a kdesu dialog will be called automatically.

This package is just for fun, but one or two might want to laugh about the spec file or so ;)


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 Re: Fedora rpm

 
 by Znurre on: Feb 26 2007
 
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Thank you so much for providing packages.
I'm glad yoy like the script.

I'll realease an update very soon now with a lots more features, like automatic settings on KDE startup.

BTW. If anyone is interested to translate the program inte their own native language it would be good.

Tahnks // Znurre


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 Read the Kmdr help!

 
 by sequitur on: Feb 26 2007
 
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Hi,
sorry to post this, but another person developing using Kommander isn't reading the damn essential info we post on the site. FYI I can't read a lot of text on this dialog and for no excuse. You also don't know the wizard fix. Look here...

http://kommander.kdewebdev.org/writings.php?article=tips1

Grid your dialog and fix your wizard and make us look good, not silly.


Eric Laffoon
kdewebdev (Quanta/Kommander) project lead

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 Re: Read the Kmdr he

 
 by Znurre on: Feb 26 2007
 
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Ok, I'll try my best.
Sorry, but I'm used to Borland Delphi and common stuff where you WONT NEED TO use grids. :)


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